Today, Good Friday, is one of the most important days in the Christian calendar, when we remember the death of Jesus on the cross. In our Norfolk village we carry a large wooden cross through the streets between the parish church and the Methodist church, alternating the direction each year. The walk is done at a slow pace and takes about half an hour.
This is the first time we've been at home for Easter for a while. Over the last few years we've been at Tamworth/Polesworth, Nantwich and Market Harborough, all by boat.
Thoughts on a Narrowboat Part 2–Bow and Cratch - The longer I researched continuously cruising the more convinced I became the boat would need a sizeable storage capacity for fuel, potable water and sew...
1 day ago